Makeup Revolution have released a second Flawless 32 eyeshadow palette and of course I ordered it as soon as I could. Matte is my thing, although I do like to add a little shimmer sometimes, so I was happy to see this being released. I loved the first one, which I have also swatched, and couldn’t wait to try 2.0.
I think the earthy tones in this one are great, like the rusty/browns on the right and the cooler mauve/browns on the left bottom row. it’s great for those who don’t like to venture too much with their eye look (like me) as I believe even the more ‘out there’ colours are workable.
- Flaw, Less, Perfect, Neat, Master, Accurate, Ripe Matte.
- Look, Standard, Order, Able, Rate, Finest, Final, Famous
- Ranking, Two, Tone, Best, Top, Notch, Valid, total
- Whole, Sound, WII, Known, Right, Vintage, Beauty Define
As I always find with these palettes, the lighter shades aren’t as pigmented or creamy as the mid/dark shades meaning the colour payoff isn’t as great and they’re a little harder to work with. Saying that I’ve used worse eyeshadows than the 6 in the top right corner. The rest of the shades have great pigmentation, even the darkest which I sometimes struggle with. You’ll be able to create cool earthy toned eyes with this palette, as well as the using the warmer earthy colours, which I haven’t been able to do before as most of my palettes are very warm golden tones, and all the shades blend well.
This palette costs just £8 from the Makeup Revolution site and it is yet to launch in Superdrug (at time of writing).